Weekend: Mental Health Moment

By KATHY FOUST Most of us deal with perfectionism on some level: Our house must always be in order, our work performance must be flawless, our hair or makeup done well. Keeping up with these levels of personal expectations can be exhausting and it keeps us from being authentic....

Weekend: Get Out!

Events KIDS’ SUMMER YOGA CAMP Aug. 1-5 Parents can sign their 3- to 10-year-olds up for a five-day summer yoga camp offered at Harmony Yoga Studio. Children will learn how to do basic yoga poses, breathing and relaxation through games, music, books, making crafts, and...

Weekend: Japanese beetles are widespread, destructive summer pests

By LINDA CASEY It’s July and Japanese beetles are waging war on our gardens again. Unfortunately, you won’t be able to wipe out this garden enemy, but with some perseverance, you may be able to control it. Japanese beetles are easy to spot. They are metallic green...

Officials still hope to link flood-control, I-75 projects

By DENISE GRANT Staff Writer Findlay and Hancock County officials are still hopeful that the idea of pairing the construction of the proposed Eagle Creek diversion channel with the Ohio Department of Transportation’s Interstate 75 project could work, despite state plans to...

Blevins: Grateful for the life of a major league pitcher

By BRANDON SHRIDER Staff Writer Jerry Blevins, Arcadia High School graduate and New York Mets relief pitcher, returned home during Major League Baseball’s All-Star break to host a free youth baseball camp at Fostoria’s Foundation Park. While it was the first of what...

Seneca County Fair kicks off Monday

By HOLLY SHIVELY STAFF WRITER TIFFIN — Musical performances, a rodeo, a demolition derby and a tractor pull will be among the entertainment highlights at this year’s Seneca County Fair, which opens Monday and continues through July 31 at the fairgrounds in Tiffin. The...

Seneca County ceremony marks start of justice center construction

By JIM MAURER STAFF WRITER TIFFIN — By fall 2017, a new Seneca County justice center will be located on South Washington Street in downtown Tiffin, where the former county courthouse was located for nearly 130 years. A groundbreaking ceremony was held Friday for the...

Five people hurt in Ohio 12 crash

Five people were injured in a two-vehicle crash at the intersection of Hancock County 236 and Ohio 12, east of Findlay, about 7 p.m. Friday, the Findlay Police Department reported. Keith Tiell, 29, of Arcadia, was driving a 2010 Lincoln MKX north on Hancock County 236 when he ran...
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